Eric Bordenkircher is an expert on the domestic and international relations of the Middle East. He has spoken on Lebanese politics, Syrian refugees, the failed coup in Turkey, Saudi-Qatari relations, the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and U.S missile strikes on Syria. His journal articles appear in Middle East Policy and the Review of Middle East Studies. His writing has also appeared in the Jerusalem Post, San Diego Union Tribune, Washington Examiner, The National Interest, Fikra Forum, Lobelog, and Eurasia Review. Eric has been a guest on BBC, CNN, CGTV, and numerous radio broadcasts. He is available to speak on the protests engulfing the Arab world, the conflicts in Syria, Yemen, and Libya, and U.S. policy in the Middle East.
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